Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Producer Admits Kris Humphries' Proposal Was Reshot

We typically think of evidence and testimony as either being in favor of one party or another, but during a recent deposition given by a producer of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kris Humphries actually won a huge victory and was dealt a stunning blow all in the answer to one question. For months, the NBA player has been trying to have his marriage annulled on the grounds that ex Kim Kardashian engineered the whole thing out of ratings instead of love. In said deposition, the producer admits Kris’ marriage proposal was reshot for the cameras because Kim was so shocked she only muttered a “yes”.

On the one hand, that’s just the type of admission Humphries needs to prove Kim makes personal life decisions based on how they might look for the camera. Unfortunately, this story also illustrates that a) Kris was fully aware of these reshoots before he entered into the marriage and b) Kim was genuinely surprised by the marriage proposal and didn’t engineer anything ahead of time. Considering how hard it is to get an annulment based on fraud, these win-some-lose-some depositions won’t get Humphries over the hump. He can’t just trade blows. He needs outright victories to even have a chance.

The deposition was acquired by Life & Style, and in it, producer Russell Jay also admits a conversation Kim had with her mother about whether or not to leave Kris was actually shot after she’d already filed the paperwork. As with everything above, it’s evidence for how loose Keeping Up With The Kardashians is with the reality aspect, but it doesn’t necessarily prove Kim is an unfeeling sociopath only interested in ratings.

After more than a year of squabbling, Kim and Kris’ divorce trial is finally scheduled to begin on May 6. For Kris’ sake, I hope he comes up with some legitimate evidence before that date, or he could be looking at a situation far more embarrassing than that herpes accusation.

Mack Rawden
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